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If you want to buy a cheap reproduction of every other clock, there are plenty of places in town to do that. IF you want an original, hand carved, made with care, using local items like stones from the river, then you want to go...More
I went to this shop after visiting the other shops due to recent reviews. I was not disapointed. Owner took time to show me his selection and offered to make a customized clock for me. Cant wait till it is delivered. Also his clocks are...More
I walked around this store after Oli's and wondered why Oli's gets all the attention! The clocks are just as beautiful and there was friendlier service here. Priced about the same. Some very unique ideas, as well. They didn't seem concerned about our young children...More
This is a charming clock shop that looks like what you'd expect--nooks and crannies, crammed with clocks both simple and amazingly ornate. Nothing against the House of 1000 clocks nearby, because that store was fun too, but that one seemed just a bit impersonal. I...More
Went in with no intention of buying a clock but..... The woman on duty Sunday afternoon was so helpful and educated us in the clock making procedure! WOW!!! We ended up buying a clock and having it shipped home. The price was much better than...More
Kuckucknest has authentic, German handmade cuckoo clocks. The owner is extremely helpful, friendly, and knowledgeable. Because they are handmade, they can be customized. The customer before me was able to get different figurines on the clock frame she wanted and I was able to choose...More
If the face plate says "Made in Gemany" it's not hand gemacht (hand made). I would recommend that you stop in the shop of G. Burger and see his beautiful clocks. I would also urge you to NOT buy an one day movement. This is...More